How fun!” I find myself exclaiming this many times throughout the week. Here are just a few things that touched me or made me smile:
New books to read:
Home by Julie Andrews And why not continue the Mary Poppings theme? lol
The Inklings by Harry Lee Pope This book looks fascinating.
You have to check out these amazing quilts! Lori is an online friend of mine and I have admired her work for quite awhile. She is truly an artist. Sew French
I will be having a give-away on February 14. To be automatically entered, just sign-up for Beauty Observed’s monthly newsletter by entering your email in the sign up box here. The winner will be picked on Valentine’s Day.
What we are eating next week:
- Saturday Waffles, bacon, and eggs.
- Sunday Cabbage rolls, mashed potatoes. I made cabbage rolls for the first time ever last weekend. Oh my goodness, were they delicious. I froze half and we are eating them this weekend.
- Monday Spaghetti, broccoli (frozen)
- Tuesday Whole roast chicken, sweet potatoes, green beans
- Wednesday Spinach salad with apples, bacon, and walnuts
- Thursday Pork loin, red skin potatoes, carrots (from raw)
- Friday Homemade chicken noodle soup
Baking this weekend: Iced cranberry raisin bars
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Have a great weekend! Remember Philippians 4:8. “whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”
The raisin bars sound delicious and your images are so beautiful. I will be sharing the last one for sure. Thanks for hosting us here and thanks for joining in for TWW this week. I hope you will return in the weeks to come.
My kids love the cranberry-raisin bars. They don’t last long. lol
I look forward to participating in TWW again.
Thank you for visiting and linking-up!
I so enjoy your linkup. Those quilts are just beautiful! My mom makes cabbage rolls which my entire family loves. So reminded me that it may be time to have some. Blessings!
I’m so glad that you are here and linking-up! I’m enjoying getting to know everyone.
I bet you must have a wonderful recipe for cabbage rolls! I just found mine on the internet. lol
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Go check out your button on my site!! Did you get that listmaker yet?
Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!! Amazing!!!!!!
Love the listmaker! It arrived safely.
Thank you so much for linking-up!
Thank you for the shout out, Elizabeth. What a sweet comment and I’d love the quilt with you! I’m just now getting around to reading and visiting all the linked blogs.
It’s been forever since I have made cabbage rolls but I never knew the trick about freezing the cabbage! And I don’t think I ever used savoy. Hmmm… Might need to try them, again, and see if Peter likes them, now. And I love seeing what others are planning on cooking, it’s inspiring.
I just added the menu items the last two weeks. I’m glad you commented about it because I wasn’t sure if it “worked.” I also like to see what others are eating. I’m hoping that eventually, I will have more recipes to link to it. The cabbage rolls freeze and reheat well.
I’ve missed you! I hope to be back soon.